2017 Honda Ridgeline Consumer Reviews

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Ridgeline

2017

Consumer Reviews

2017 Honda Ridgeline Consumer Reviews

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4.6/5
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Based on 29 reviews

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2017 Honda Ridgeline Consumer Reviews & Ratings

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This is by far the best truck for anyone not wanting to pull a horse. it is an...

This is by far the best truck for anyone not wanting to pull a horse. it is an excellent truck. Better than my SUV for a trip car.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Love this truck/carmy first HondaI'm 75very solideasy driving vehicle.When I...

Love this truck/carmy first HondaI'm 75very solideasy driving vehicle.When I say solid I mean it feels like an upscale vehicle like MBLEXINF.BMW.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

This truck is wonderful for a family that needs a truck . Can haul a lot the...

This truck is wonderful for a family that needs a truck . Can haul a lot the trunk is spacious and can hold a lot in it from pet foot to groceries you don't want blowing in the wind in the bed .

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

I was in the market for a truck that fit in my garage. I assumed I would get a...

I was in the market for a truck that fit in my garage. I assumed I would get a Colorado or Tacoma, but both seemed overpriced and had little storage space outside of the bed.

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awesome vehicle. totally meets my needs. Pros: space and economy

awesome vehicle. totally meets my needs. Pros: space and economy

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